A G E N D A

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

DEL NORTE COUNTY

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Yurok Tribal Council

Council Chambers                                                                190 Klamath Blvd.

Klamath, CA  95548

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    10:00 AM

The Board of Supervisors of the County of Del Norte and the governing body of all other special assessment and taxing districts, for which said Board so acts, is now meeting in regular session.  Only those items that indicate a specific time will be heard at the assigned time.  All other items may be taken out of sequence to accommodate the public and staff availability.  Items followed with a ** indicate material attached in the agenda packet.

A closed session may be held at some time during the meeting to discuss litigation and/or personnel matters.  There is a 90-day statute of limitations relating to decisions rendered after a public hearing of the Board of Supervisors and a 60-day statute of limitations relating to ministerial actions of the Board of Supervisors.  NOTE:  If you challenge the decision of the Board of Supervisors in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in the notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Board of Supervisors at, or prior to, the public hearing.  (Govt. Code § 65009).  When providing written correspondence to the Board of Supervisors you must provide a copy to the Clerk of the Board for inclusion in the official record.

 

Present:     Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen and David Finigan

                  

Absent:       None

CLOSED SESSION 8:30 A.M.

Public Comment on Closed Session items only.

 

No Public Comment was given on Closed Session items.

 

Hold a closed session to consider and discuss litigation and personnel matters: I) Personnel negotiations pursuant to Government Code 54957.6 between County negotiator the County Administrative Officer and the Del Norte County Employees' Association, Sheriffs Employees' Association, represented and unrepresented bargaining units.  II) Conference with legal counsel – A) Existing litigation pursuant to Government code 54956.9(a), Pacific Shores CA Subdivision Water District v  DNC, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPT 06-1454; Wendy Ormsby v Del Norte County, DN Superior Court, Case No, CVUJ 03-1501;John Gimbel v. County of Del Norte, US District Court, Northern California Division., Case No. C070113; Connie Lawson v. Del Norte County, DN Superior Court., Case No. CVUJ06-1190; Joseph Rimac v. Del Norte County, US District Court, Northern California Division,  SC C 07-0298; Linda Loughridge v. Del Norte County, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVUJ 07-1094; David L. Elsebusch v. Del Norte, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVCV06-2313; Dawn Heckel v District Attorney, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPI 07-1176;County of Del Norte v Beckett et al, DN Superior Court., Case No. CVUJ 05-1557; Susan White v District Attorney, Case No. CVUJ 07-1436; Gimbel v. California, US District Court, Northern California District Case No. C 07-058196 EMC; Clark v. Del Norte County, DN Superior Court, Case No. CVPM07-1496; and Coyle v. James marmon, et al., DN Superior Court Case No. CVPM07-1572  B) Anticipated litigation: 1) significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Govt’ Code 54956.9(b) - two cases; 2) Initiation of litigation Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Govt’ Code 54956.9(c) - 1 case. 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR SESSION 10:00 A.M.

10:00 A.M. Call the  meeting to order and take roll.

·        This Board of Supervisors meeting is dedicated to some of our partners:  The Yurok Tribal Police

Action: Dave Parris gave a presentation on the Yurok Tribal Police and spoke about upcoming programs.

·        The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Dave Parris, Yurok Tribal Police Chief

·        Introduction of new employees to the Board of Supervisors.

Action: No new employees were introduced.

·        Report of any actions from closed session by County Counsel.

Action: County Counsel stated no reportable actions from Closed Session.

·        The Chair requests any deletions, corrections or additions from Board members to the agenda at this time.  In order to add an item to the agenda, the matter must have come to the attention of the County subsequent to the posting of the agenda and the matter requires action before the next regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors.

Action: No deletions, corrections, or additions were made.

SCHEDULED ITEMS:

1.     10:10 A.M. Receive other brief reports or announcements relative to County of Del Norte programs and projects, progress of the two by two committees, goal committees and/or Board and staff travel/training reports.  The Board may ask questions for clarification; make a referral to staff to take action to have a matter or business placed on a future agenda pursuant to Government Code 54954.2(a).

Action: Supervisor Sullivan reported on attending a couple of meetings with the Community Development Department, attending the County Employee Banquet, attending a Renewable Energy Conference in Brookings that was put on by the Chamber of Commerce and the Oregon Department of Energy participated in a conference call with Fish and Game, attending a Tri-Agency meeting regarding the Executive Director for Tri-Agency, attending a 2x2 meeting with the Parks, spoke about a Mill Creek Advisory meeting with Supervisor Finigan in which Supervisor Hemmingsen took his place, attending Meet the Candidates Night, commented on receiving numerous calls regarding illegal dumping on Oceanview Drive in Smith River and on Kings Valley Road. commented on receiving very positive feedback on the televised Board of Supervisor meetings, attending a Local Transportation Commission meeting where staff recommended that 199 be fully funded with an additional 14 to 15 million dollars and commented that the vote will be held on May 28th or 29th to decide the outcome, attending a Redwood Coastal Transit meeting, attending the Smith River gym fundraiser, and attending the St. Joseph Fundraiser;  Supervisor McNamer reported on attending the Tall Masted Ships event, attending a Medical Marijuana meeting, attending a NORTEC meeting, participating in Road Shows to Bar-O-Ranch and Family Support Services, attending the employee banquet and gave thanks to staff for its efforts, attending the Redwood Mural Society Murder Mystery Dinner, attending a LAFCO meeting where the Public Protest Hearing was closed regarding Pacific Shores, meeting with City Council members, Eli Naffah, Ward Stover, Supervisor Finigan, and Jeannine Galatioto regarding the waste water treatment plant, attended a Chamber Mixer for Linda's Candies, attending a couple Candidate forums and expressed disappointment in public turnout, attending a 2x2 with the Yurok tribe with Chair Finigan, attending a VFW Women's Auxiliary Committee meeting, attending the Spring Dance Concert at the High School, and was elected as President of the Del Norte Senior Center Board, and later commented on the upcoming Air Quality Management Board meeting;  Supervisor McClure reported on attending the Tall Masted Ships event, attending the Redwood Mural Society mystery dinner, attending the St. Joseph fundraiser, assisting in preparation for the Ruby Van Deventer Wildflower Show, attending a JPA EMS meeting via teleconference, attending the employee banquet, attending a few Road Shows, commented on having a Senior soon to be graduating from High School, participated in the Solid Waste Management Authority Agenda, finishing a 2 year project in assisting beginning teachers, meeting with the Historical Society regarding possibly finding an employee to assist with summer events, commented on the keepers of the lighthouse saying that the beacon will be staying on in the lighthouse, commented on being on the campaign trail and stating that although there are issues there are those in the public who are content, and addressed staff regarding the clearing project at the cemetery and the drainage issue;  Supervisor Hemmingsen reported on attending the Tall Masted Ships event, commented on missing the Employee Banquet due to being in San Francisco, participating in a teleconference on individual fishing quota for groundfish and the fishing management program, attending a 2x2 Parks meeting with Supervisor Sullivan, attending a LAFCO meeting, participated in a teleconference with County Counsel, Jeannine Galatioto, and  Supervisor Sullivan with the State Lands Commission regarding riverbar access at Ruby Van Deventer park, attending a Elk Valley Rancheria 2x2 with Supervisor Finigan, attending a Local Mental Health Board meeting, attending a JPA Airport meeting, attending the Candidate forum put on by the Triplicate, attending a Harbor 2x2 meeting with Supervisor Finigan, attending another Elk Valley Rancheria 2x2, commented on spending the day in Ukiah in reference to the Dungeness crab, attending a Mill Creek Advisory Meeting, attending an LTC meeting, and meeting with Debra Hirst regarding Coastal Conservancy;  Supervisor Finigan reported on attending a Safe and Healthy Families meeting regarding meth, marijuana, and gang activity, commented on each of the Goal Committees and their functions, attending a CASA meeting, attending the Tall Masted Ships event where he gave the welcoming speech, participated in the JPA Airport agenda review, participated in an RCRC conference call, attending a Chamber Mixer at the Harbor, attending the employee banquet and also thanked the staff for its effort, commended CAO Jeannine Galatioto on her 25 years of service, attending a CASA Board meeting regarding budgets, attending an Elk Valley Rancheria 2x2, attending a First 5 Family Resource Center meeting, meeting with Supervisor McNamer, City Council members, Eli Naffah, Ward Stover, and Jeannine Galatioto regarding the wastewater treatment plant, attending a Tri-Agency Board meeting, met with the Lighthouse Fellowship Church regarding a recreation area that is to be built on their property, attending an JPA Airport meeting, in which Brookings will hopefully join in the next meeting, attending the Candidates forum, attending a Harbor 2x2 with regards to dredging, treatment plant, and coastal plan, attending a Yurok 2x2 meeting with discussion about the boat ramp, ball fields, Office of Emergency Services Memorandum of Understanding with the Sheriff's Department, volunteer fire department, law enforcement, and the wastewater grant regarding the cease and desist order, attending another Elk Valley Rancheria 2x2, attending candidate meet and greet, attending a Mill Creek Advisory meeting regarding minimum to major developments in widening the road, and accessibility, spoke about a potential Public Hearing on the subject by late Summer, participated in agenda review for Board meeting, commented on CAL Foundation regarding building and housing component, youth development, and the ongoing funding, attending St. Joseph fundraiser, attending softball little league games, and commented on RCRC being here on June 19th with a tour of the community to follow.

2.     10:30 A.M. COMMENT PERIOD:  Members of the public may address the Board on matters which are within the jurisdiction of the Board.  If you are addressing the Board regarding a matter listed on the agenda, you may be asked to hold your comments until the Board takes up that matter.  Please limit your comments to three minutes or less.

Action: John Corbett, Senior Counsel for the Yurok Tribe, spoke to the Board regarding the Klamath Restoration Agreement. David O'Neal spoke regarding the lack of a Veteran's post in Klamath.

3.     10:45 A.M.  Presentation by Sheriff Dean Wilson regarding partnerships with the Yurok Tribe.  Presentation by the Director of Information Technology regarding a Technology Update.**

Action: Sheriff Dean Wilson spoke about partnerships with the Yurok Tribe and Cross-Deputization as well as the new VINE program for victims of violent crime.Dan McCorkle spoke about the Operations Training on May 22, and upcoming technology that will allow local law enforcement to network.

4.     11:00 A.M. Presentation by Art Reeve regarding projects in Klamath and recommendation for award of Contract for the Overlay of Howland Hill Road, Ehlers Way, and Klamath Boulevard and upgrade of ramps on Klamath Boulevard.**

Action: Art Reeves gave a presentation on past projects and on the item.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board awarded the contract for construction services for the overlay of Howland Hill Road, Ehlers Way, and Klamath Boulevard and the upgrade of accessible ramps on Klamath Boulevard to Granite Construction Company and authorized the Chairman of the Board to sign the Agreement and authorized the County Engineer to sign individual change orders up to $20,000 not to exceed an aggregate of $80,000.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Michael Sullivan

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Martha McClure, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

5.     11:15 A.M. Conduct a Public Hearing for "D" Overlay Rezone, Jeff Daniels as requested by the Senior Planner.**

Action: Supervisor Sullivan recused himself from this item.

Ernie Perry gave an overview of the project and recommended that the Rezone be approved.

On a motion by Supervisor McNamer and seconded by Supervisor Hemmingsen, the Board approved the "D" Combining District Rezone as described in Exhibit "A" and approved and adopted an ordinance amending Non-Coastal Zoning Map F-8.

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Leslie McNamer

Second:    Gerry Hemmingsen

 

Vote Yea:       4              Leslie McNamer, Gerry Hemmingsen, Martha McClure, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

6.     11:30 A.M.  Presentation by the Department of Fish and Game on Klamath River Fishing.**

Action: Larry Hanson,  Senior Biologist for Fish and Game and Sara Borok, Assistant Biologist, gave a presentation on the 2008 Recreational Salmon allocations.  They also spoke about the Fish and Game commission schedule, proposed changes to the regulation package, the Fall quota for sportfishing (22,500) for 2008, Klamath Fishery Portal, and commented that the quota for 2008 is the largest in many years.

Public Comment was heard by David O'Neal. 

No action was taken, information only.

CONSENT AGENDA

Comments from members of the public may be heard at this time regarding matters on the Consent Agenda only.

Action: The Consent Agenda (Items 7 through 27) was adopted unanimously

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Martha McClure

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              Martha McClure, Leslie McNamer, Michael Sullivan, Gerry Hemmingsen, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

7.     Approved the revised minutes from the April 8, 2008 meeting.**

Action: Approved

8.     Approve the minutes from the Special Session City/County Meeting on April 14, 2008.**

Action: Approved

9.     Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the attached "Proclamation of National Foster Care Month" as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

10. Approve and adopt the attached Proclamation setting aside the month of May as Mental Health Month as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

11. Review and authorize the Chair to sign the attached letter to the California Coastal Conservancy to support Pebble Beach Drive funding application as requested by the Deputy Director of Community Development.**

Action: Approved

12. Authorize the expenditure of funds within the Board of Supervisors Budget for the Purpose of hosting a reception for the members of the Regional Council of Rural Counties (RCRC) as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

13. Approve and Authorize the Tax Collector and County Administrative Officer to Execute the Agreement with Pre-Sort Center of Stockton, Inc as requested by the Treasurer/Tax Collector.**

Action: Approved

14. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the California State Fair 2008 Counties Exhibits Entry Form to Designate Ron Andrade to receive the prize money awarded by the exhibit judges as requested by the Exhibit Representative.**

Action: Approved

15. Approve the Resolution authorizing staff to submit an application for funding to the Del Norte Local Transportation Commission for Regional Surface Transportation Program funds for the overlay of a portion of Washington Boulevard and  Authorize the Director of the Community Development Department to sign necessary documents to implement the projects as requested by the County Engineer.**

Action: Approved

16. Appoint Tom Crowell to the First 5 Commission as a "County Representative" member as requested by the Executive Director of First 5.**

Action: Approved

17. Authorize the reclassification of a Systems Support Specialist-GIS position to GIS Coordinator as requested by the Director of Information Technology.**

Action: Approved

18. Approve the contract between the California Department of Corrections, Parole Division, and the Del Norte County Sheriff's Department to operate a substance abuse treatment center for state parole violators as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**

Action: Approved

19. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the attached Resolution authorizing the Del Norte County Department of Health and Human Services to accept the California Environmental Protection Agency Grant and delegate Gary Blatnick or his designee to sign the necessary contracts, agreements, amendments and payments request forms as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

20. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign Amendment 1 of the California Statewide Automated Welfare System Consortium IV Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

21. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the Amendment to the Agreement with Remi-Vista, Inc. to provide Adolescent Day Rehabilitation Services for children and youth as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

22. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the attached letters to State representatives opposing the Governor's proposed FY 08/09 budget cuts to Child Welfare Services and Adult Protective Services programs as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

23. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the attached letter to Assembly Member Patty Berg opposing the Governor's proposed FY 08/09 budget cuts to mental health programs as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

24. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement with Lacy K. Beasley for the provision of translation and mentoring services as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

25. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement with American Star Security Corporation for secure non-emergency transportation systems as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

26. Approve the Amendment to the contract between SHN Consulting Engineers and Geologists, Inc. and the County of Del Norte (Agreement No. 2007-049), and authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign an amendment as requested by the County Engineer.**

Action: Approved

27. Approve and Authorize the Chair to sign the attached Resolution of the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors Proclaiming the Existence of a Local Emergency Requesting a Directors Concurrence as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

REGULAR ITEMS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

28. Accept the bid submitted by Van Meter Logging as the lowest responsive bidder, and direct staff to open negotiations and develop a contract for Board of Supervisors consideration at the next regular meeting.**

Action: Jay Sarina gave an overview of the bid process and the process which resulted in Van Meter Logging being the lowest responsive bidder and suggested that the recommendation be amended to state that it is subject to County decision relating to any bid protest. He also fielded questions from the Board regarding the time frame and what the consequence of holding the project for a year would be along with the other agencies involved.

Chair Finigan opened public comment.

Public Comment was heard from Sara Borok who recommended that this project be put off for a year.  Mark Warner, American Fishing Foundation and David O'Neal also spoke about the issue.

Chair Finigan closed public comment.

Supervisor McClure made a motion that was seconded by Supervisor McNamer, to ask administrative staff to aggressively find a solution by the next Board meeting. After discussion, Supervisor McClure pulled this motion off the table.

Chair Finigan stated that by consensus, the Board hold the item over until the next Board meeting and direct staff to proceed with negotiations with all agencies involved..

29. Authorize the continuation of the County's contribution to economic development for Fiscal Year 2008/09 in the amount of $57,500 and Direct the contribution to the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority and Direct the County Administrative Officer to draft a Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Del Norte and the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority establishing the parameters for the expenditure of funds and the implementation of economic development through business recruitment and retention; and as a sub-recipient of the County's Community Development Block Grant Economic Development Enterprise funding, and Grant lending and underwriting authority to the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority for activities related to the Business and Microenterprise Loan Funds awarded to the County as part of the above listed grant up to a maximum of $200,000 as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Jeannine Galatioto, County Administrative Officer, and Reweti Wiki spoke about directing the contribution to the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority.

On a motion by Supervisor Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor Hemmingsen, the Board Authorized the continuation of the County's contribution to economic development for Fiscal Year 2008/09 in the amount of $57,500 and Directed the contribution to the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority and Directed the County Administrative Officer to draft a Memorandum of Understanding between the County of Del Norte and the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority establishing the parameters for the expenditure of funds and the implementation of economic development through business recruitment and retention; and as a sub-recipient of the County's Community Development Block Grant Economic Development Enterprise funding, and Grant lending and underwriting authority to the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority for activities related to the Business and Microenterprise Loan Funds awarded to the County as part of the above listed grant up to a maximum of $200,000 as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

BUDGET TRANSFERS:

Action: ALL BUDGET TRANSFERS WERE TAKEN AS ONE ITEM.

On a motion by Supervisor Hemmingsen and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board approved Budget Transfers (05-01) and (05-03) through (05-16).

 

Motion:    Move to approve

Move:       Gerry Hemmingsen

Second:    Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:       5              Gerry Hemmingsen, Leslie McNamer, Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, David Finigan         

Vote Nay:       0              None

Vote Abstain: 0              None

30. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-01) within the Administration Department in the amount of $19,890 as requested by the County Administrative Officer.**

Action: Approved

31. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-03) within the 143-233 Sheriff Task Force in the amount of $4174.00 as requested by the Sheriff-Coroner.**

Action: Approved

32. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-04) within the Veteran's Cemetery Budget in the amount of $14,000 for storm damage as requested by the Veteran's Service Officer.**

Action: Approved

33. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-05) within the Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health Budget in the amount of $50,000  for the purchase of 2 vehicles as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

34. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-06) within the Department of Health and Human Services, IHSS Public Authority Budget in the amount of $67,351 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

35. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-07) within the Department of Health and Human Services in the amount of $75,000 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.

Action: Approved

36. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-08) within the Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Medical Services Budget in the amount of $14,000 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

37. Approve  Budget Transfers (05-09) in the amount of $54,750 within the department of Probation and (05-10) in the amount of $37,600 within the department of Juvenile Hall as requested by the Chief Probation Officer.**

Action: Approved

38. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-11) within the Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Branch Budget in the amount of $37,000 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

39. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-12) within the department of Health and Human Services in the amount of $32,342 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services,**

Action: Approved

40. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-13) within the department of Health and Human Services in the amount of $1,181,515 to balance fund accounts as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

41. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-14) within the Department of Health and Human Services, Public Assistance Welfare Aid Budget in the amount of $1,286,768 as requested by the Director of Health and Human Services.**

Action: Approved

42. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-15) within the Department of Community Development in the amount of $7,729 as requested by the Deputy Director.

Action: Approved

43. Approve a Budget Transfer (05-16) within the office of the District Attorney in the amount of $5,850 as requested by the District Attorney.**

Action: Approved

LEGISLATIVE AND BUDGET ISSUES:

44. Consider miscellaneous legislative and budget matters pertinent to the County of Del Norte.  Authorize the Chair to sign and send appropriate letters with respect to matters pending before the state or federal governments.

Action: Jeannine Galatioto spoke about SB1xxx and its benefits to the County. She also spoke about the issue of the Senate Budget Subcommitte #4 eliminating much needed funds to the County.  She stated that this will have a significant impact on our local law enforcement and other County programs.

Gary Blatnick, Director of Health and Human Services, spoke about the possibility of forming a coalition in order to address the problem.  He said that much of this negative impact will be on the children as well as their families and senior citizens.  He stated that the Board needs to take a role along with local officials, physicians, and other agencies in the City and County.  There is a need to form a coalition very quickly;.

Jeannine Galatioto asked for authorization to send 2 letters to legislators regarding the budget cuts.

On a Motion by Supervisors Sullivan and seconded by Supervisor McNamer, the Board authorized the County Administrative Officer to send the two letters.  The motion was carried unanimously.

Motion:        Move to approve

Move:   Michael Sullivan

Second:   Leslie McNamer

 

Vote Yea:     5        Martha McClure, Michael Sullivan, Leslie McNamer, Gerry                                                 Hemmingsen, David Finigan

 

ADJOURNMENT

Action: Chair Finigan adjourned the meeting at 1:10 pm.

 

 

 

Jeremi Ruiz, Clerk of the Board

County of Del Norte, State of California              Date Posted:  May 15, 2008

 

 

THE AGENDA AND ACTION SUMMARY ARE AVAILABLE ON THE COUNTY WEBSITE: www.co.del-norte.ca.us